El pulpo inseguro
|dc.identifier.other||10841 (Access ID)||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||"Here is booklet #17 out of a series of twenty-seven. Each booklet of sixteen pages contains three fables. The title-fable has a squid complaining of having too many legs until a crab wishes he had more legs, for example, to play more instruments. The squid becomes a one-squid band! "Silvio, el Gallo cantor" sings faithfully every morning, waking up all the animals. They ask him to keep quiet and let them sleep. Finally, one day, he does just that. By that night, they beg him to get back to waking them up to do the tasks of the day. "Lorenzo, el León soberbio" is the story of the lion and mosquito. The mosquito bests the lion and so can be king for a day. This version does not go on, as is usual in the Aesopic tradition, to have this proud mosquito fly straight into a spider's web. The most delightful image might be the cover picture, repeated on 7, of the squid playing several instruments at once."||en_US|
|dc.publisher||Arte Gráfico Editorial Argentino: EME Marketing Editorial: Clarinx||en_US|
|dc.subject.lcc||PZ74.2.F39 2012 no.17||en_US|
|dc.title||El pulpo inseguro||en_US|
|dc.publisher.location||Buenos Aires, Argentina||en_US|
|dc.description.note||Language note: Spanish||en_US|
|dc.acquired.location||Christian Tottino, Buenos Aires, through eBay||en_US|
|dc.title.series||Fábulas de Mi País||en_US|
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